About the MotmotExploring the natural world with pencil and paper from high atop a one-story bungalow in the middle of Oklahoma.
Category Archives: Weather
There’s this wonderful long barrier island along Køge Bay, south of Copenhagen, a bird sanctuary called Olsemagle Revle, with marshes and beautiful white sand beaches that go on for miles. I’ve gone there twice now, once with the Danish Ornithological Society … Continue reading
Are you staying warm? No? Me neither. It’s freezing, hasn’t gotten above 25 degrees F in more than a week, hovers mostly around 10, not counting sub-zero wind chill. It snows just enough to close the public schools every few … Continue reading
It was all very last minute (the phone call at 9:30, sketching in OKC by 11) but I was grateful to be part of the fundraiser for tornado relief last Monday. The twisters that devastated Moore and surrounding communities in … Continue reading
And thinking tonight of folks just up the road from us, dealing with the appalling aftermath of the tornado that cut through the heart of their city this afternoon. If you can help, please follow this link to the American … Continue reading
Making art from destruction is a good exercise in catharsis. People do it everyday. The form it takes depends on the physical or emotional or even metaphorical destruction involved. Sometimes all three parts get whipped up together in a single … Continue reading